Celebrities everywhere such as Julia Roberts and Kate Hudson can be seen sporting distinctive and fashionable diamond cuts in rings, necklaces, and earrings. Here are a few tips for what to look for in Asscher cut engagement rings.
Before you purchase Asscher cut engagement rings, there are a few qualities you want to look for. First, research a premium jewellery store or appraiser to make sure that the Asscher cut diamond you purchase is of high quality. When looking at Asscher cut engagement rings, you want a diamond with a cut rated at least ‘good’, a colour rating of at least ‘G’, clarity of at least SI2, depth percentage of at least 64-72% and a table of at least 54-63%. What does all this mean, though?
Asscher cut engagement rings should have a cut rating of at least good, meaning that there are minimal flaws in the cutting and the facets are all of uniform shape and size. Asscher cut engagement rings should be colourless or near colourless. A good appraiser will be able to tell you if the Asscher cut engagement rings are a Continue reading →
Chelsea Clinton’s wedding to investment banker Marc Mezvinsky is the hottest event of the summer on July 31st somewhere in New York. Of course to help out her parents Chelsea has said, She must personally know every invitee. There will be only 400 names on the guest list, a good size for a wedding by ordinary standards, but barely big enough to account for all the people Bill Clinton slept with…..hehe. “Donors are expecting to be invited,” says a major Clinton fund-raiser. Then there are the campaign, State Department, and Clinton Foundation staff, plus foreign dignitaries and both Clinton and Obama White House officials. “You really see who their closest friends are in this list,” says an insider. “It’s not a celebrity-driven wedding.
The secrecy has seemed more reminiscent of a covert Iraqi undercover sting than a wedding. Ruomor on the street early was that it would be held on Martha’s Vineyard, but more recently sources have confirmed that the nuptials will be held on July 31 in a still-secret location within a three-hour drive of New York City. Reasoning says that the Hampton’s are not a plausible location because the Long Island Expressway is too long of a road. A more reasonable place for the big event would be somewhere upstate in Westchester or Dutchess County. “The wedding planner will contact each guest directly a week in advance and let them know where it is,” says the fund-raiser, who speculated that the Hamptons are out because the L.I.E. can be a very long road. The smart money, then, is somewhere upstate, possibly in Westchester or Dutchess County—most likely on property owned by a Clinton supporter. ”